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Eighth grade students taking an interest in fields of math, science and technology and seeking rigorous high school course loads have one week to apply to one of the country's peak public schools in terms of academics. 

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ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp vowed Thursday to give Georgia teachers the second installment of a $5,000 pay raise, despite what promises to be a tight budget year.

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Gwinnett County Public Schools most-recently received more than $38 million in Title I, Part A funding. The district hopes these funds will expand its Play 2 Learn pre-K programs to all Title I schools in the near future. 

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Goodwill and its employees — in partnership with Gwinnett Coalition of Health & Human Services and G.R.E.A.T. Little Minds, a Gwinnett Coalition program — will sort children books for ages 0 to 8 years old as the first book supplier for the program’s little libraries around the county.

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An awards system meant to provide bonuses to Gwinnett County Public Schools’ most effective teachers is instead being met with concern by educators questioning the system’s fairness and whether or not too many educators are overlooked.

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The developer behind the sprawling Exchange at Gwinnett development near Coolray Field and the Mall of Georgia cleared their latest hurdle in getting a Tax Allocation District designation for the site Thursday night.

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One minute, Paul Duke STEM High School freshmen Kadrese and Cedriece Allen were playing their remixes to songs “SET” and “Melanin” for their classmates. Minutes later, they were playing them for the artist who originally recorded the two songs, R&B singer-songwriter Ciara.

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Buford Teacher of the Year brought her dad, Ernie Johnson, into her classroom on Wednesday to read "The Polar Express" to her students and a pre-k class. Pruitt said her students often read to pre-K classes to help sharpen their literacy skills.

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The Buford City Board of Education on Monday approved a two-year calendar for the school district that would make the first day of the 2020-21 school year Aug. 5, a Wednesday, and could set 2021 graduation on a Thursday, May 27.

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